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Self-Care Sunday is a weekly podcast hosted by Kayley Reed, as she explores the relationship between mental health, entrepreneurship, social media, and self-care. From sharing personal struggles, to interviewing female entrepreneurs, influencers, and artists - Self-Care Sunday exists as an authentic inquiry into what it means to take care of yourself as a woman in the digital age.
 
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If you've been feeling overwhelmed lately, me too. This episode gets a little vulnerable with my own life updates. Plus, we dive into self-competition, feeling like you're not accomplishing enough (even when you have a million things going on in your life), and shedding layers to get to the core of your best self.…
 
If you don't know who Allie Beckwith is (@alliebeckwith) go back and listen to Episode 4: https://soundcloud.com/selfcaresunday/4-allie-beckwith-influencer-artist-photographerLast week Allie was visiting from New Brunswick, and we recorded this episode at the Ramada Downtown Calgary, sitting in house robes and drinking champagne. We talk about ...…
 
Tina Trupiano is a fashion designer based in New York City. After graduating from Parsons New School of Design in 2008, she worked her way up in the industry, and recently launched her namesake label: Tina Trupiano (https://tinatrupiano.com/) In this episode, we talk about the realities behind the scenes of being a budding designer, the financi ...…
 
Fashion Sustainability Series Episode # 3Laila is the Vancouver based designer behind the sustainable and ethically made brand, Harly Jae: https://harlyjae.com/In this episode, we talk about: - her story from fashion school to young designer - why she chose ethical manufacturing in Canada- the challenges of entrepreneurship - how to sustainably ...…
 
Fashion Sustainability Series Episode #2Jena Tang is a fashion designer based in Calgary, AB. Her collection of contemporary womenswear dresses are made in New York City, and 10% of sales is donated to female forward charities.In this episode, we talk about her journey to becoming a designer, and the importance of self-care as a creative entrep ...…
 
Fashion Sustainability Series Episode #1Dee Silkie is a Toronto-based fashion designer and host of the Dose of Dee podcast. She was first on Self-Care Sunday Episode 31: https://soundcloud.com/selfcaresunday/31-creativity-christianity-with-dee-silkieIn this episode we talk about: - why she made her first collection overseas, and then pivoted to ...…
 
Today's question is submitted by @natateaaa. What does the next 5 years hold for you?3:11 (Pile #1) 11:03 (Pile #2) 19:13 (Pile #3)30:20 (What's next for Self-Care Sunday)By Kayley Reed.
 
Alex Barnes, AKA Girl Wilde, is a Florida-raised singer songwriter who moved to LA fresh out of high school to pursue a career in the music industry. She recently released her single, I Don't Wanna Die, and this episode we dive into the honest vulnerability of mental health in her music. We also talk about what it's like being a young female in ...…
 
*Birthday Special* Kayley replies to an e-mail from a Stanford student who is looking for advice.By Kayley Reed.
 
@YourGirlKarly is a content creator, Youtuber, and host of the show Hey B*tches: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/hey-bitches-podcast/id1456466433In this episode: - Karly shares how she got into the “influencer world”- how to not let instagram affect your ego- why it's important to focus on yourself outside of relationships- we talk positi ...…
 
What's in the cards this week? “It’s easy to anticipate struggle, but we can train our mind to flip the script: rather than anxiously questioning “what if?” we turn that question into a positive “What if this amazing thing happens?”Topics: 5:20 - Struggling with an employee's work ethic12:40 - Instability and the struggle of the unknown20:30 - ...…
 
After a short hiatus, I'm back with some reflections & changes to the show. In this episode I share: the meaning behind "minimalist media" - the podcast that inspired this new format (and that you NEED to listen to if you’re a creative) - why I like tarot (from a non-hocus pocus perspective)We explore 3 struggles submitted by you, listeners:- 1 ...…
 
We made it to 50 episodes!! Instead of having a guest on, I asked you guys to interview ME. The questions are everything from what I even do in a day, to my favourite memory as a mental health advocate, and will I ever go into politics??By Kayley Reed.
 
Austen Tosone is a fashion writer, editor and blogger living in New York City. Her career includes being an editor at NYLON and Interview, and after experiencing industry lay-offs (twice) she fell into freelancing. In addition to running her blog, Keep Calm and Chiffon (http://www.keepcalmandchiffon.com/), she also writes for publications like ...…
 
You might recognize Lauren from her TV days as a former MuchMusic VJ and MTV Canada Host. In 2014, she launched hot for food as a blog to share her vegan lifestyle. hot for food then expanded into a Youtube channel which now has over 450,000 subscribers and over 32 million channel views. She recently debut her first cookbook, Vegan Comfort Clas ...…
 
Melody Godfred is a writer, speaker and entrepreneur. After achieving the “dream life”: great career, husband, kids and a home, she felt disconnected from her true self. And so, she created the very first Self Love Pinky Ring as a symbol and daily reminder of her commitment to herself. Fred & Far was born in 2016 to empower women to choose them ...…
 
Allie Beckwith (@alliebeckwith) is a full-time photographer & visual artist. This is her second time on the podcast (listen to Episode #4 to hear her background story). In this episode, Allie talks about hiring her team, why she hates the word "influencer", and how she feels when people copy her work.…
 
Essie Dennis (@khal_essie) is a British model, academic, body positive influencer and outspoken feminist. In this episode, she shares her mental health journey, we talk about eating disorder recovery (is "full recovery" possible?), and the feminist issues that she's most passionate about right now.By Kayley Reed.
 
I was broke af straight out of university, and for 3 years as a young adult trying to bootstrap a startup. I don't think we talk about the relationship between financial freedom + mental health as much as we should. My self-care has evolved as my income has changed, and one thing that really altered my self-care in the early days was becoming a ...…
 
Photoshop and Facetune, curated captions and fake followers. Instagram is becoming increasingly worse for our mental health. But it's also my #1 business tool. So when I got an influx of 7k fake followers in a day - I was stressed to say the least. In this episode, I share: - what I actually do as an influencer marketing freelancer and why Inst ...…
 
#BellLetsTalk has been a catalyst in making mental health a visible and mainstream topic in Canada. But within the mental health community, it's being seen as a controversial - and hypocritical - corporate marketing ploy. Do intentions really matter, if the outcome is net positive?By Kayley Reed.
 
Jessica Tyler is probably best known for her days on Degrassi as Jenna Middleton. After her character graduated from the show, she was faced with the real life question that all grads hate: "What's next?"In this episode, we talk about her life post-Degrassi, her journey into self-love, and her advice to twenty-somethings that are still figuring ...…
 
In this episode, Natalie shares how being bullied as a kid and 8 years of competitive dance led her to developing anxiety (and becoming a mental health advocate). We discuss being liberal vs. the left vs. the right, how to have civil conversations with someone who disagrees with you politically, and the issue of no-platforming right-wing speake ...…
 
Time to wrap up 2018 and manifest a "new normal". Sharing 10 of my current favorite: podcasts, books, apps, and websites, some of which were recommended by YOU.By Kayley Reed.
 
Rachel Antony (@almostffamous) is a Calgary-based blogger (franklyray.com) and freelancer. In this episode, she shares the journey of starting her blog, the story of her first paid collaboration, and we dish advice on how to work with brands if you're just starting out.Rachel is also the host of the Poolside Podcast, where she interviewed me ab ...…
 
What’s Current: Youtube Rewind 2018 and a rant on Lena Dunham In this episode: sharing my unsolicited thoughts (and advice) on dating in your 20s. Answering “why is dating so hard?”, uncovering all our insecurities, fear of commitment & vulnerability, and why self-love is SO important in relationships. ---mood board & inspiration: @selfcaresund ...…
 
Valerie Van Galder has had a successful career in Hollywood, including her time as President of Marketing at Sony Pictures for 10 years, where she was responsible for developing the marketing strategy for movies including The Da Vinci Code, Casino Royale, and Superbad. Now she works as a marketing consultant for films, and runs Depressed Cake S ...…
 
Sophie Gray (@sophiegray), formerly known as Way of Gray, shares why she rebranded. She's also the host of Sophie Thinks Thoughts - a new podcast she launched this year - and the founder of DiveThru, an introspection app to help you connect with yourself. In this episode, we talk mental health & entrepreneurship, the process of launching an app ...…
 
Why I decided to move back to Alberta 7 years after leaving, and how my political identity has changed and evolved since then. This liberal no longer identifies with the left.By Kayley Reed.
 
This episode is all about finding balance, managing your mental health & finding financial freedom as a freelancer and/or entrepreneur.In this episode: - the overlooked ‘cons’ of being a full-time freelancer- should you quit your job for your side hustle? or is there room to do both?- how to price yourself as a freelancer - my morning routine & ...…
 
A new segment covering what's new in culture from a mental health perspective. This week? Moving forward from the Kavanaugh confirmation, Taylor Swift spikes voter registration, and Kanye is dismissed for having mental illness.By Kayley Reed.
 
Dee Silkie is a fashion personality, designer, and host of the Dose of Dee podcast. We met in 2015 when we were both still living in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Dee has since moved to Toronto to pursue her creative career. In this episode, Dee and I talk about money, and the taboo around finances. We also get into religion and how Dee's faith h ...…
 
A new segment covering what's new in culture from a self-care & feminist perspective. This week? Tackling the Revolve x LPA x Lena Dunham collab, and what we should take away from celebrity death.By Kayley Reed.
 
Addie (@alexandratheoptimist) is one of my closest friends. She was also one of the first guests I had on the show (Episode #3 - feel free to go back and listen for more context! We discussed how we met, and her mental health journey). Today's podcast is a little less formal than my usual interviews. Addie and I talk about (both of us) moving t ...…
 
For over 25 years, Molly has been a trusted artist and influencer in Hollywood. Her broader focus on encouraging self-love and educating women on the positive individuality of beauty is what drives her everyday. In this episode, Molly pulls back the curtain on the industry that's known for contributing to poor self-esteem, and why she's determi ...…
 
Katelyn Bourgoin was named one of Nova Scotia’s top 10 young entrepreneurs in 2012, she sold her first business in 2013, she was named an influential entrepreneur by Forbes magazine in 2016, and, in 2017 she made the difficult decision to close down her venture-backed tech startup after 3 years in operation. She's now a growth strategist for te ...…
 
Aminah Haghighi is the founder of Unapparenthood, a podcast and media brand for modern parents. After experiencing miscarriage, Aminah created Unapparenthood with her partner, Bryce, to share their story while empowering millennial parents on all things pregnancy and parenthood. The two are now pregnant again, and creating content from their ho ...…
 
Aly is a full time single mama, stationery designer, ISFJ & coffee lover. Her plan of becoming a Psychologist was interrupted by her baby Blue, and she now creates stationery tools to help individuals prioritize their self care and wellness.In this episode, she shares the inspiration behind her company Lavender & Sage, and the struggles of entr ...…
 
I turned 25 this weekend and wanted to reflect on some things I've learned, and what I would tell my younger self.--Subscribe at selfcaresunday.coIG: @kayley.e / @selfcaresundayBy Kayley Reed.
 
Why I got into podcasts, what I listen to for strategy tips & inspiration, favourite episodes and a couple of podcasts that are totally unrelated to this niche but that I think everyone should be listening to.By Kayley Reed.
 
We've all been there. In this episode, I share some personal thoughts on overcoming heart break, shifting your perspective towards one of self-improvement, and 10 ways to practice self-care after a breakup.By Kayley Reed.
 
Tania DaSilva is a Child, Youth and Family Therapist who is now the Clinical Director of Behaviour Matters, which provides therapeutic support to Toronto and the GTA. In this episode, we discuss her journey to mental health advocacy, the "life coach" trend, and how we can help those currently struggling with mental illness.…
 
Allie and Sam (known as @allieandsam on Instagram) are a femme lesbian couple that have become LGBTQ influencers by authentically sharing their relationship online. With over 45,000 followers they're empowering young people to simply be themselves. In this episode, Allie and Sam share how they met, their coming out stories, and their advice to ...…
 
Natasha Lioe is the founder and CEO of Capsule Books, a company that aims to categorize books in a different way: through feeling. She hopes to show people how important a quiet pastime like reading is in a world where people only hear the loudest voice.In this episode, Natasha shares why she started Capsule books, we discuss our love of Harry ...…
 
You can listen to Part 1: Becoming @Positively.Kate here: https://soundcloud.com/selfcaresunday/16-becoming-positivelykate-part-1After hanging up on our last call, we both felt like we wanted to share MORE than just the mental illness aspect of Kate's story. In this episode we discuss daily self-care practices in life and business, Kate's secre ...…
 
After spending 10 years in and out of psych wards, Kate started a business in storytelling (despite doctors predicting she'd be in a ward forever). She's also the dog mom of instagram famous @wafflenugget, and shares her own dorky positivity as @positively.kate. As of May 2018, Kate is the newly appointed CEO of The Dogist. In this episode, Kat ...…
 
Sheena Brady is a Merchant Success Leader at Shopify Plus and the CEO/Tea Sommelier behind Tease Tea. She believes that “however you feel, there is always a tea for that.”In this episode, Sheena shares how she went from restaurant hostess to tea entrepreneur, why she hasn't quit her 9-5 despite owning a successful business, and how she finds ba ...…
 
Nancy is an email marketer, boxing instructor, wellness blogger, and mental health advocate. Her past struggles with mental health, digestive issues, and disordered eating led her to a Paleo lifestyle, and she's now the smiling face behind Approaching Paleo, a blog intended to empower people to take their health into their own hands.In this epi ...…
 
Alyssa Johnston is the founder of Lou La Belle Skin Care, a boutique luxury line of skin care and self-care products. Alyssa is the kind of person who cries at television commercials and will willingly tell you about it. She owns the label "sensitive" and thinks its a superpower, not a detriment. Alyssa lives in a little log home on Prince Edwa ...…
 
Today, I'm sharing some personal reflections on the mental health community, my journey into advocacy, and why I don't call myself a mental health advocate anymore. This is something that's been on my mind a lot lately, and something happened this week that made it fresh. So I recorded this episode on Sunday morning - it's not the most refined, ...…
 
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